Quiport reminds international travelers of the requirements to enter the country

In response to multiple requests from users and passengers of the Quito International Airport, Corporación Quiport once more shares the requirements approved by the National COE to enter Ecuador by air: Negative PCR test, performed within three days prior to arrival in Ecuador, or Negative antigen test, performed within three days prior to arrival in […]

COE approves new requirements for the entry of travelers to Ecuador from abroad

The National COE resolved on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 the following guidelines for entering the country, which will come into effect as of 00:00 on Monday, March 22, 2021: Any person who enters Ecuador, must present a mandatory negative RT-PCR test or negative antigen test, carried out up to three (3) days before arrival in […]

Airports Council International recognizes the Quito airport as the best in Latin America and the Caribbean

Quito’s air terminal participates in the category of 5 to 15 million passengers per year. Since 2013, Quito airport has achieved more than 20 awards and recognitions. Mariscal Sucre International Airport obtained a new recognition as the best Airport in Latin America and the Caribbean in the 2020 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards in the […]

Quito Airport presents its new smartphone app

Technological solutions are a global trend in airports and Quiport remains at the forefront of the industry. The app includes a touchless option to avoid direct contact. The app is available for iOS (Apple iPhone) and Android operating systems. Airport procedures and processes are streamlined using the new Quito International Airport app. The service allows […]

Travel requirements facilitate air travel

Complying with the health prevention regulations such as the use of masks, social distancing and constant disinfection, traveling by air is safe and does not represent major complications. Here is a summary of the requirements set forth by the Ecuadorian government to travel by air on national and international flights. Travel Requirements: Domestic travel: Negative […]

Quito resumes its connectivity with Lima thanks to LATAM

Lima is the gateway from Ecuador to the south of the continent, and is a key destination for business and tourism. The airline starts its operations with three weekly flights, which allow further connection with various destinations worldwide. A new stage in the reactivation of international flights at the Quito International Airport began this afternoon […]

Construction of a new import cargo distribution area begins at the Quito airport

The first stone was laid at Tabacarcen cargo logistics center for the construction of the new import cargo distribution area located at the Quito International Airport. The investment for the work is US$ 2 million; It is expected to be completed in mid-2021. One of the main innovations that the new import cargo distribution area […]

Avianca resumes the Quito-Bogotá route

This Friday, the first flight of the Avianca airline flights arrived at the Quito International Airport from Bogotá, once the Government of Colombia lifted the restrictions on international passenger flights in that country. The Quito-Bogotá route is one of the most important in the region for both business and tourism flights and has historically been […]

The Aviation Authority eliminates frequency cap for airlines operating in Ecuador

The General Directorate of Civil Aviation announced through a publication on its website that frequency restrictions for airlines operating in Ecuador, both domestic and international flights, were eliminated. The decision was made after the lifting of the state of exception on September 14. Until September 14, the country had a 50% restriction on the frequencies […]

Quito Airport has shown a significant recovery of its domestic and international connectivity

Connectivity from the Quito International Airport has been increasing steadily since the resumption of commercial passenger operations on June 1, both in national and international service. On the domestic front, during the months of June and July, three airlines (Avianca, LATAM and Aeroregional) offered connections with six destinations within the country (Guayaquil, Cuenca, Manta, Loja, […]